ETM manages JEA’s project to provide central sewer service and upgraded water service to over 260 parcels in the Beverly Hills East neighborhood. The project will also provide the greater Jacksonville community with a cleaner and healthier St. Johns River through the removal of detrimental surface water nutrients in accordance with the City’s Basin Management Action Plan (BMAP) and Florida Department of Environmental Protection (FDEP) goals.
ETM’s original scope of work included a force main through the project area to facilitate the nearby Beverly Hills West septic tank phase out project. ETM proposed an alternate force main solution to handle the Beverly West and East septic tank phase out projects but to also provide a 12” force main for the future Christobel septic tank phase out project that is directly south of the Beverly Hills East project area.
The expanded scope included a slightly longer but better force main route that included 8” and 12” force mains, over 1,300-linear-feet of horizontal directional drilling under two major FDOT roadways and an aggressive completion timeline to support the Beverly Hills West under construction.
The project scope for both the proposed force main and the water line replacement along the project route included:
- Route definition
- Geotechnical investigation
- Maintenance of Traffic plan and details
- Cost estimates
- Technical specifications
- Bidding support
- CEI services
This project includes collaboration with FDOT, COJ, JEA Galvanized Pipe Program, the adjacent Beverly Hills West Septic Tank Phase Out project, and the stubouts for the future Christobel Septic Tank Phase Out project pump station.